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1. 19-year-old proposes adding a major interstate in Columbus. Councilors support the idea: Imagine a major interstate running through Columbus, spurring economic development, prosperity and connecting military installations along the way. That’s the scenario that 19-year-old Frank Lumpkin IV presented to Columbus Council Tuesday, while making a pitch for Columbus to be connected to a major interstate that will run from Meridian, Texas, to Augusta.

2. Chef Jamie Keating says ‘we are not going anywhere’ after losing RiverMill lease: An oversight caused Columbus Chef Jamie Keating to miss a deadline that triggered the end of

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